This actually gives us a lot. What we appear to have here is another type of Giant Sloth again. What is important is that they access cemetaries and surely in order to harvest maggots. This also means the ability to burrow quickly underground as well which is also indicated by those three long claws on the hands and feet.
The hairless condition conforms with cave residence as well. Otherwise, what we are likely seeing are females as the broad shoulders are not in evidence.
The lifeway of the male Giant Sloth is shocking enough, so it is not surprising that the females would also shock us. They may also have a greater need for a secure maggot supply. There still must be plenty of burials in which a simple box is used as well..